Bruce Jenner is set to appear on the cover of Vanity Fair as a woman, TMZ claims.
The former Olympian - who came out as transgender in an interview Diane Sawyer last month - will unveil his new look for the very first time in a feature with the monthly title.
TMZ also reports that famed celebrity photographer Annie Leibovitz will shoot Bruce the cover.
TMZ also report that the magazine will come 'around the same time' as his docuseries for E!
The most recent episode showed the continuing struggle of Bruce's family to accept his announcement to transition to a woman.
This led Bruce to visit a therapist and motivational speaker Leigh Weintraub in Los Angeles.
'She's kind of shut me out lately,' Bruce explained when speaking of his concern for youngest daughter, 17-year-old Kylie Jenner.
'I don't want her to go away, emotionally go away,' he added.
For her part, the teenaged reality star did not seem interested in the rest of her family's attempts to bridge the gap between father and daughter.
'My sisters always try and make me talk about everything but I don't want to right now,' Kylie said.
On April 24, Bruce announced during a 20/20 interview with Diane Sawyer that he was transitioning into a woman.
The world-famous decathlete had already spoken to his family about this by the time the special aired, a situation shown in a two-part Keeping Up With The Kardashians special, About Bruce.